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The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom

The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom

The Things They Carried accompanies the narrator through a discovery of the realities of war, whilst grappling with the terrible truths of Vietnam and man's frailty in the face of terror and trauma.

The Things They Carried accompanies the narrator through a discovery of the realities of war, whilst grappling with the terrible truths of Vietnam and man's frailty in the face of terror and trauma.

A Wedding in Haiti by Julia Alvarez (Algonquin) | Birmingham mag, April 2012 |

A Wedding in Haiti by Julia Alvarez (Algonquin) | Birmingham mag, April 2012 |

Save the water

Save the water

*BOOK CLUB IN A BAG SELECTION. The “Long Island Reads” choice for 2007 is The Color of Water, an homage from James McBride to his white mother, Ruth McBride, recounting the story of their mixed-race family in Red Hook, Brooklyn.  Alternating between Ruth’s voice and his own, McBride evokes the pain of growing up and finding your place in a world where identity is founded on race.

*BOOK CLUB IN A BAG SELECTION. The “Long Island Reads” choice for 2007 is The Color of Water, an homage from James McBride to his white mother, Ruth McBride, recounting the story of their mixed-race family in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Alternating between Ruth’s voice and his own, McBride evokes the pain of growing up and finding your place in a world where identity is founded on race.

What Is Marriage For? : The Strange Social History of Our Most Intimate Institution  http://library.sjeccd.edu/record=b1136636~S3

What Is Marriage For? : The Strange Social History of Our Most Intimate Institution http://library.sjeccd.edu/record=b1136636~S3

In No Excuses, feminist icon Gloria Feldt argues that the most confounding problem facing women today isn’t that doors aren’t open, but that not enough women are walking through them.

In No Excuses, feminist icon Gloria Feldt argues that the most confounding problem facing women today isn’t that doors aren’t open, but that not enough women are walking through them.

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